No more ReTweets


Greetings dear Bredren,

Thanks for linking up on Twitter  with the One Million Households online campaign for a UK African Family Household Union & UK African Parliament, based upon the combined #Blackpound #spendingpower of our UK “households”,

The @onemillionhouse Twitter profile is two years old last month, and just hit it’s 2,000th Follower on Twitter. The Twitter campaign profile was started in June 2014 to give support to Sir Lenny Henry, our Honorary Founder Member, in his tireless decade long campaign to secure 15% ring fencing for BME communities from the BBC. Sir Lenny has had great success in November last year, when it was announced by Sky TV, that they would ring fence, 20% of recruitment and contracts from subscription fees of £300m pa for BME communities 5% of which, £75m per year, is directly due to this One Million Households campaign’s strategy in imploring Sir Lenny to go for 20% instead of 15% normally allocated by the BBC, as African households in the UK have been paying the Beeb’s licence fee for over 50 years, for just bread crumb’s!

Supporters – The One Million Households, is now fortunate to have well over 60 MP’s & MEP’s as well as 17 Bishops supporting this campaign

ReTweets – What we really need from Twitter links moving forward, is to forge alliances with like minded people on Twitter. Who are reciprocal in terms of the number of ReTweets the campaign does for them. Sadly, are current and past experience has been one of ReTweeting, up to 30 tweets in a day for other Twitter followers, who have not even done one single ReTweet of any of the campaigns tweets especially blog tweets, which give information about the #Blackpound union campaign.

Messages – We’ve sent out numerous messages which you’ve no doubt seen and we are seriously restricting the number of Twitter supporters, we will be happy to ReTweet.

CommUnity cohesion – Many of us are preaching unity, seeking unity, whilst simply not practicing unity – unityisourMIGHT! #Umoja

Drop in ReTweets –  So, if you’ve noticed henceforth that the One Million Households, Twitter profile no longer ReTweets or shares any of your tweets. The reason will simply be; because you have never ReTweeted a single Tweet from the One Million Households campaign for a single UNION based upon our UK households combined #Blackpound #spendingpower over the past two years. Particularly, tweets directly relating to the campaign.

Taking the campaign to the streets – Less or even no ReTweets for campaign supporters will free up time to focus on resourcing the campaign with £3m for taking the UK AFRICAN FAMILY HOUSEHOLD UNION, & UK AFRICAN PARLIAMENT to the streets.

We seriously regret having to do this. However, this issue this problem, this total lack of #commUnity cohesion and unity had been raised by the campaign here on Twitter over the past two years, especially in the past year.

So, unless we see  campaign blog ReTweets from you, we will simply not be ReTweeting any of your tweets.

Let’s focus and work together in the spirit of Umoja, with respect and trust for each other in the spirit of Ubuntu…


Enjoy your weekend…

Have a good nite wishing you dreams and visions of a brighter future for our children and grandchildren…

Wishing you all the power, knowledge and understanding  of our #ancientmightyAfricanancestors


Founder and joint Administrator
One Million Households
UK African Family Household Union & UK African Parliament
online campaign

07539 900 596 EE WhatsApp

One Million Households – Making the #Blackpound work for US!

Making the #Blackpound happen!
#AfricanAlerts #BlackTwitter  #Blackpoundman #Umoja

#AfricanAlerts #BlackTwitter #Blackpoundman #Umoja


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